New York: Trident Press, 1971. 502 pages, 8vo, silver-stamped black cloth, dust wrapper (edge-worn). New York: Trident Press, (1971). First edition. Very good. Fine inscription on the half-title page: "For Rae and Si Pinto - Without whose care and consideration while this book was being written in the Renaissance Suite of the Elysee, the task might have been almost impossible. With every good wish, Harold Robbins, NY 30 Nov 71."
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Chicago: Charles C. Thomoson Co., 1909. Illustrated with black and white plates and diagrams. 223 pages, 8vo, red cloth with gilt stamping (darkened and rubbed, front hinge cracked). Chicago: Charles C. Thompson Co., 1909. A good copy. Previous bookseller's label and previous owner's name on front free endpaper.
Philadelphia: American Text-Book, 1910. Profusely illustrated with photographs, diagrams and line cuts. Colored frontispieces. 2 volumes, tall thick 8vo, 3/4 burgundy morocco (extremities of spines rubbed, marbled end papers and edges. Philadelphis: American Text- Book, 1910. A very good clean tight set.
Illustrated with 6 large color plates, 5 of which have moveable flaps that lift to reveal the inner mechanical components of the automobiles. Tall thin 4to, original wrappers which feature two dramatic & stylized photographic covers by Maurice Beck, printed in black with blue text (rubbed and lightly foxed/stained; staples were rusted which caused some minor paper damage and have been removed, still a very good copy with all flaps present). London: Shell-Mex, (no date, circa 1933).